Shelly Aberman obtained a B.A. in Political Science from Yeshiva University of New York in 1991, where he graduated with Magna Cum Laude honors. Next, he attended Chicago-Kent College of Law, the law school of Illinois Institute of Technology, where he earned a doctorate in Juris Prudence in 1994.
Shelly is a tenacious trial lawyer who passionately advocates the interests of his clients. Since his admission to the bar, Shelly has handled a wide variety of personal injury matters, which he has successfully resolved through settlement, arbitration and trial. Shelly is a dedicated litigator who devotes his considerable experience and skill to helping his clients and their families. Shelly is married and has four children.
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10 South LaSalle Street
Chicago, IL 60603
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Areas of Practice
- Personal Injury
- Auto Accident
Young Mother Becomes Premises Liability Victim; $3.5 Million Recovery
A twenty-eight year-old Chicago mother visited a warehouse store with her infant son. While reaching for a package of diapers from the rear of a floor level pallet, a wood beam fell upon her from the top of the pallet racks. As a result of the incident, she sustained cervical herniations, a non-displaced shoulder fracture, drop foot disorder and eyelid tarsus. Treatment for her injuries consisted of multiple hospitalizations and surgeries.
Failure to Properly Deliver Baby; $1.05 Million Recovery
A Lake County woman gave birth to a baby that was not breathing. The obstetrician failed to perform a timely cesarean and the hospital nurses failed to timely recognize that the baby was in fetal distress. The baby sustained cerebral anoxia which resulted in physical and mental impairment.
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